Syud Oosmán, called Shumaee Boorhánee, founded a suburb of Ahmedabad, on the west of the Sáburmuttee river, which is still called Oosmánpoor. He died in A.D. 1458, and two years afterward his patron, Mahmood Begurra, built in his memory the tomb and mosque which are here represented. The tomb is 78 feet square, and contains 80 pillars, of which 32 are double. The diameter of the dome is 38 feet. The inner square was enclosed by windows of perforated stone. Oosmanpoor was the scene of some of the contests of Moozuffur Shah III., in the year 1484, for the recovery of his throne.